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Murray Eagle, 17 May 1956, page 10

Reminiscing in Murray City Pharmacy the other day was Mrs. Conrad Nelson, a long-time Murrayite. "Why I remember," said she, "when the north side of this drug store was the Happy Hour Theatre. They showed silent movies back about 1910 or 11; had a player piano in front and sometimes, for an occasion, somebody sang or played an instrument between films."

 
"Pretty small theatre, wasn't it?" she was asked.
 
"Yes, it was - but it was only one Murray had in those days."
 
Well, now we have a much and a much bigger theatre - and a much bigger drugstore in the old locale too.
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